EANCOM® PART I : EANCOM® & EDIFACT


1. OVERVIEW

1.1. Introduction
1.2. About EAN International
1.3. EAN Mission Statement
1.4. EAN standards
1.5. Bar coding standards
1.6. UCC/EAN Application Identifiers in EANCOM ®
1.6.1. Application Identifiers related to Trade units
1.6.2. Application Identifiers related to Logistic units
1.6.3. Application Identifiers related to Locations
1.6.4. Application Identifiers related to Assets (including returnable containers)
1.6.5. Other applications
1.7. EDI Standards
1.8. EANCOM® objectives and strategy

2. EDIFACT

2.1. Definition of UN/EDIFACT
2.2. EDIFACT syntax overview
2.2.1. Structure of an interchange
2.2.2. Structure of a message
2.2.3. Segment structure
2.2.4. Separators
2.2.5. Compression of data
2.2.6. Representation of numeric values
2.2.7. Character set
2.3. Directory status, version and release
2.4. EANCOM® message version
2.5. Documentation conventions
2.5.1. Format and picture of data elements
2.5.2. Status indicators
2.5.3. EAN Codes.
2.6. Message branching diagrams and structure charts
2.7. Interchange structure and service segments

3. IMPLEMENTATION OF EANCOM®

3.1. EANCOM® manual
3.2. Message versions
3.3. Codes list
3.4. Change requests

4. SPECIFIC RULES

4.1. Identification of trade items
4.1.1. Variable quantity trade items
4.1.2. Standard grouping of trade items
4.1.3. Product variants
4.2. Identification of logistic units
4.3. Identification of locations
4.3.1. EAN Location Numbers - User Guide Introduction
4.3.2. What are EAN location numbers ?
4.3.3. What can EAN location numbers identify ?
4.3.4. What information is associated with an EAN location number ?
4.3.5. Can EAN location numbers be bar coded and scanned ?
4.3.6. How are EAN location numbers used in EDI ?
4.3.7. What happens if my location moves or closes ?
4.3.8. How to obtain an EAN location number
4.4. Identification of Assets (including returnable assets)
4.4.1. EAN/U.P.C. number & serial number of returnable asset
4.4.2. EAN serial asset identification number
4.5. Date, time and period
4.6. Free text
4.7. Product descriptions
4.8. Currencies
4.9. Standard Allowances and charges
4.10. Complex Promotions.
4.11. Sub-lines
4.11.1. Sub-line amendment
4.11.2. Examples of the use of sub-lines
4.12. Hierarchies in PRODAT.
4.13. Referencing in EANCOM®.
4.14. Package Marking in EANCOM®.
4.15. EANCOM® and Data Alignment.
4.16. EANCOM® Implementation.
4.17. Communicating EAN/UCC trade item numbers in EANCOM®.

5. USER PROFILES

6. ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS

7. INTERNATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS

8. GLOSSARY OF EDIFACT TERMINOLOGY

 

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